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IO ONOR VENTU NH
REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES Commission on Higher Education
TE UNIVE RS STA I AL
Don Honorio Ventura Technological State University
Name of FS Student: Ethel Joi M. Mendoza Course: BEED Major in Preschool
At the end of this activity, the FS student will be able to identify and classify resources that facilitate teaching and learning processes.
1. Make an ocular visit to the learning resource center of a school. 2. Make an inventory of its available learning resources. 3. Classify them according to their functions and characteristics.
Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment
Activity Sheet No. 1
The School’s Learning Resources
Date: June 29, 2012 Year and Section: 3-C
Inventory of the Learning Resources
Books Magazines Newspaper Modules Journals Globe E-Library Computer Screen CPU Internet Printer Table of Elements Laboratory Apparatuses Books Posters Charts Chemicals Laboratory table
Printed/ Non-Projected Printed/ Non-Projected Printed/ Non-Projected Printed/ Non-Projected Printed/ Non-Projected Printed/ Non-Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Non-Projected Printed/ Non-Projected Non-Projected Printed/ Non-Projected Printed/ Non-Projected Printed/ Non-Projected Printed/ Non-Projected Non-Projected
2. Computer Room
3. Science Laboratory
4. T.L.E. Laboratory
Different Non-Projected appliances such as Refrigerator, electric oven, blender and other utensils needed in food making. Ingredients of Non-Projected Foods Sewing machines Non-Projected and other tools for designing dress.
Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment
Hair dryer and cosmetics. Different equipment like car engine, machine for welding, and other machines. Electric wiring sample Posters Charts
Non-Projected Printed/ Non-Projected Printed/ Non-Projected
5. Others (Gym) (FES Library)
Equipment and materials for any Sport(Ball, net,etc) Books Thesis Sample Projector Television Piano
Printed/ Non-Projected Printed/ Non-Projected Projected Projected Non-Projected
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. we still acknowledge the school and especially the teachers who are very creative in giving us the alternative resources for better understanding in teaching the lessons.L. The learning resources would help us to understand and apply the hands on learning which will eventually make us better in the future. computers are everywhere in any resource center. Above all. I also figure out that the learning resources should also be corresponds to what is trending worldwide to be able to bring our learners into a globally competent.E Laboratory. In addition. I have seen the assistance that a computer gives to the learners to be able to reach for the top possibilities of learning. Since we are in the “hi-tech” era. when we hear that place. Although I was not able to see computers in Science Laboratory and T. Like in the library. Although we can’t deny the unavailability of other learning resources. there is an availability of Elibrary which means that learners can browse the web to find other books which are not available in the library. I myself personally experience to enter a library by using the internet and I have realized that how important the computers in learning and teaching process. Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 5 . we come to think of books and other printed materials but nowadays. doing this activity is a great experience because I was able to find out the development of the DHVTSU in terms of learning resources. Likewise in the computer room.My Reflection “A conducive learning environment is a big help to be able to facilitate teaching and learning process” This is the thought that has been analyzed in my mind while doing the task on this activity. I appreciate the different learning resources found in those places.
. No! just a Xerox copy machine.My Documentation LIBRARY There are plenty of books found in the library. When was the last time I use card catalog? I forgot now. There are four globes but this one is cute It looks like a robot.:( It’s beautiful…How much is the newspaper? Is it MAGAZIN?? I can’t see the letter E… let me check sometime. Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 6 .
Science Laboratory WOW!!!!BRANDNEW IS ALWAYS BEAUTIFUL..... too small.oh.FES Library No ID No Book...Book!.) Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 7 ..in the Library… There you are Television!...:) If this is my sink.I would love to do diswashing.Rule of FES Library Wow! So many trophies up there… Books!.
. Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 8 ..:) What if the Architecture and Engineering students Will use those measuring tools?? Chemicals! Be sure children can’t reach.its fragile!!!:) I wish I could have that one… Balance Beam is always sleeping inside there.Science Lab now!!! Hooray!!!!! Be careful.
can make a good chef.E Laboratory C O S M E T O L O Was my course before I took Education…. GYM Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 9 .L.:) G Y This is a high-speed sewing machine Handy Job in Electronics which makes sewing faster and easier… Food Tech.T..
would you like to compare it to our population?:) Nice.I think ink was injectable ?or maybe it’s a lifetime? Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 10 ... flat screen in the CPU…the software of the computer set.Ball can give a lot of lessons to a learner For Muscle Building… Computer Room Count the number of computers… middle. hard keys… I told you! Its flat screen with Pretty Printer..
4. Propose enhancements to make the display more effective. 2 Bulletin Board Displays Date: July 13. Make a bulletin board with your groupmates.2012 Year and Section: 3-C Page 11 . Evaluate the displays. Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment TY DO Activity Sheet No. 3. Specific Tasks 1. Pampanga Name of FS Student: Ethel Joi M. the FS student will be able to appraise the effectiveness of displays as learning resources and design a bulletin board display.IO ONOR VENTU NH RA TECHNOLOGIC LLEG CO REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES Commission on Higher Education E OF EDU TION CA TE UNIVE RS STA I AL Don Honorio Ventura Technological State University Bacolor. 2. Look around the school for bulletin board displays. Mendoza Course: BEED ( Major in Preschool) Target Competencies At the end of this activity.
graphs. Levels 5 4 3 2 1 ( Excellent ) ( Very Satisfactory ) ( Satisfactory ) (Needs Improvement ) ( Poor ) if 9 of the indicators are evident if 7-8 of the indicators are evident if 5-6 of the indicators are evident if only 3-4 of the indicators are evident if only 1-2 of the indicators are evident Scale Equivalence 5 . ●The display is well organized.A Holistic Rubric for Bulletin Board Displays Indicators ●The theme of the bulletin board is immediately evident.90 3 .85 2 . and other visuals add to the interest and quality of information.75 Score: 90 Rated by: Ethel Joi M Mendoza Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 12 . ●Pictures.95 4 . it is easy to follow. ●The bulletin board is neat and presentable. ●Adequate and accurate information supports the concepts.80 1 . ●Appropriate concepts are stated accurately. diagrams. ●The display draws and holds the attention of the audience for which it was intended. ●If there is a sequence of events and/or topics. ●Printed and visual materials are easily read/seen from several feet away.
This is a bulletin board displayed in the LTD building. Since there are numbers of trivia. There are Math and Science trivia to be answered by students who will happen to pass by. The trivia are well displayed but there are no answers which will give clue to those who answered . the displayed letters are not readable in a little distance away. The display is well organized that’s why it catches the attention of students. I am actually one of those who passed by and I noticed that the theme is immediately evident. know if their answer is correct. It is actually made by the Math and Science club. Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 13 . Somehow the bulletin board is well-made because it is neat and presentable. The pictures are somehow related to the theme.
to create interest in events. Bulletin boards are useful way to make information available to a community or a group. ideas.MY REFLECTION A bulletin board is a place for posting or displaying information. The definition on my first paragraph was developed as I am engaging myself in this activity number two. The bulletin board can provide answers to some of questions in our head. This activity will prepare me when I am already in the field. Bulletin board should also be made with organization to the theme and neatly displayed. especially if it is about events. I have learned that it does not matter how many information are to be displayed. that’s why it is essential for me to develop my creativity and resourcefulness. The skills I have acquired from this task will be use when I will have the opportunity to design my ideal preschool classroom in the future Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 14 . therefore it is indeed considered as one of the learning resources. My major is in preschool. In that way the viewer will be encourage to look at it and give a minute of reading. or products. It is where we can find the information. I was able to differentiate the bulletin boards found in different colleges. what matter most is the information there is very helpful and understandable. I have found out the importance of bulletin boards in school. to create motivation to read. Some are very satisfactory and others are good. and to display artwork and other paper items of interest. Some bulletin boards can also entertain which still purpose is to impart knowledge.
. the letters fitted on the space with frogy at left. We are like attaching prices on each fish..My Documents It’s a total mess at first.don’t we? Lol WOW! Look at this product… Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 15 . but we are all excited of the product! fishes Dinaing na Bangus! That is what I call thos e Omg! Don’t tell me all the letters will not fit! Luckily.
Note down the various teaching aids that were utilized in the teaching – learning process.LLEG CO IO ONOR VENTU NH TECHNOLOGIC RA REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES Commission on Higher Education E OF EDU TION CA TE UNIVE RS STA I AL Don Honorio Ventura Technological State University Bacolor. 3. 3 Utilization of Teaching Aids Date: July 30. Specific Tasks 1. 2. Observe a class on its regular schedule. the FS student will be able to determine the appropriateness of teaching aids to learning tasks. Comment on the appropriateness of the teaching aids to the learning tasks. Pampanga Name of FS Student: Ethel Joi M. Mendoza Course: BEED Major in Preschool Target Competency At the end of this activity. Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment TY DO Activity Sheet No.2012 Year and Section: 3-C Page 16 .
Projected Teaching the different shapes. The pupils should be able to differentiate shapes and give example to each shape. They should be able to draw it in their drawing notebook. Page 17 . Chalkboard Printed/ NonProjected Alphabet Chart Printed/NonProjected Letter Q Flash card Non. Chalkboard Printed/ NonProjected Geometric Shapes Chart Printed/ NonProjected Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Chalk board is one of the most useful teaching aids and I believe it can be appropriate for any purpose in teaching. Teaching Aids Classification Non.Observation Sheet Learning Tasks Teaching the letter “Q” of Alphabet. The tracing rulers are useful for beginners and gradually let the children to draw shapes using freehand. Charts are usually used in early childhood classroom. The teacher may add song about letter “Q” by using a CD player. The pupils should be able to pronounce the sound as well as write it in their writing notebook.Projected Comments on Appropriateness I believe that the teaching aids that have been used to deliver the learning task were appropriate although this is belonging to traditional materials in teaching.
Tracing Ruler Teaching the different colors to the children.Projected Paint brush and Mixing plate Printed/NonProjected Color Mix Chart These teaching aids offers hands –on learning to the children that is why I believe that these are appropriate for the lesson and for the instructional objectives to be able to achieve . This learning task is the continuation of the previous lesson in Coloring. Printed/ NonProjected Color Chart Non.Projected Poster colors Non. this will be effective. The Kids will be transferred in the school’s computer room and they will play a game about http://www. Computer Lesson about colors. Non. Mixing the colors was the next learning task and identifying the neutral colors.Projected Crayons The teaching aids that were used for the learning task were said to be appropriate. Another learning task is they should be able to color the shapes drawn in their drawing notebook. The children should be able to identify the colors. coolgamesforkids.com/ colormixing/ Projected This teaching aid is very useful to motivate children but with the teacher assistance. The children should be also able to write the names of the colors.. Private schools can Page 18 Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment .
I can assume that my pupils will achieve the instructional objectives that I have set in a particular subject. However. These teaching aids can help the pupils to improve their cognitive and language aspects and also manipulate useful computer software for kids. On the part of teachers. I have realized that making the teaching aids appropriate to the learning task is very significant because if the appropriateness is present. Computer Set provide this teaching aid. I salute public teachers for being resourceful and creative because somehow they can provide teaching aids that is appropriate to the learning task for their pupils. I will make sure I will use it as teaching aids because nowadays.mixing color. I will do my best to make my teaching aids appropriate to my lesson. If ever God will grant my classroom with at least few computers. In the future whether I will teach in public or private school. I have seen the difference between public and private schools when it comes to using teaching aids. private teachers are lucky enough to have at least available teaching aids but they still do their best to add more to what is available just to make sure that their pupils will acquire the highest level of the set objectives. Appropriateness of teaching aids will also make the lesson meaningful especially if it is hands-on. young Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 19 . MY REFLECTION Teaching aids are very useful tool used by teachers especially in lower level grade just to make their lessons clearer for their learners. They can also reinforce skills. facts or ideas from these things and most of all these things can motivate pupils to love learning. teaching aids act as assistance to them in delivering the lesson and accomplishing the learning task that will help learners to achieve the instructional objectives.
children should be acquainted with purposeful use of computers in our lives. Page 20 . tilting the chair?? Lol.Children have go to the computer room. MY DOCUMENTATION Naturally... children love books…. This is what a private school can provide… Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment See that boy. Children write using hard stroke… Recess Time!!! It has been a favorite routine ever This is a transition.
2012 Year and Section: 3-C Page 21 . Organize them in a box. 2. Others 3. the FS student will be able to prepare instructional materials that are appropriate to the learning content. Mendoza Course: BEED (Major in Preschool) Target Competency At the end of this activity. Transparencies f. Specific Tasks 1. Develop a pile of each of these teaching aids: a. Decide on a specific content area. 4 A Teaching Aids Bank Date: August 10. Word cards c. Flashcards b. Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment TY DO Activity Sheet No. Pictures d. Cut outs e. Pampanga Name of FS Student: Ethel Joi M.IO ONOR VENTU NH RA TECHNOLOGIC LLEG CO REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES Commission on Higher Educatio E OF EDU TION CA TE UNIVE RS STA I AL Don Honorio Ventura Technological State University Bacolor.
I have acquired ideas of different teaching aids that can be use in Math like the flashcards that can be use for one to one correspondence. That is why Field Study subject belongs to our curriculum so that we can develop the skills needed for a good qualified teacher. These aids develop the proper image when the pupils see. Geoboard for making different shapes. Prepare a pictorial of them.4. We can’t prevent the expensive materials in making teaching aids but if we are creative and resourceful. we should only have to discover it within ourselves. The art skill of the teacher is also important. Pupils can learn better when they are motivated properly through different teaching aids. hear taste and smell properly. As I am engage in this activity. The purpose of groupings in Field Study is to make each students learn from one another. Teaching aids create the environment of interest for the pupils. There is no human who is not creative and artistic. Every individual has the tendency to forget. MY REFLECTION This activity made me realized the importance of teaching aids and the qualities that a teacher should possess in order to provide teaching aids in her class to make the teaching-learning more effective and enjoyable. It helps to increase the vocabulary of the pupils and helps the teacher to get sometime and make learning permanent to provide direct experience to the pupils. we can make things possible. Therefore proper use of teaching aids helps to retain more concepts permanently. She must possess the skill of being artistic. We should have the creativeness and resourcefulness. the socks puppet that can be use in telling stories about Math. and another is Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 22 . The skills that we had acquired from this activity will be useful to us when we are already in the field of teaching. Good qualities of the teacher are also important so that they can provide teaching aids.
.. More important thing is I really enjoyed this experience.with half body Puppeteer The passengers of the bus.. What time is it?? Time to go home… Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 23 .No wheels?? Black Puppet!. MY DOCUMENTATION The Mini Math Bus!!....beep.the clock that could teach pupils about time.beep..
Give me the rubber bands!! REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES Commission on Higher Education LLEG CO E OF EDU TION CA TE UNIVE RS STA I AL IO ONOR VENTU NH Don Honorio Ventura Technological State University Bacolor. 3. the FS student will be able to prepare instructional materials that are appropriate to the learning content. Pampanga Name of FS Student: Ethel Joi M..I love it. Prepare handouts for selected topic.2012 Year and Section: 3-C Page 24 . Mendoza Course:BEED( Preschool Major) Target Competency At the end of this activity. Specific Tasks 1. Describe your handouts. Present the handouts Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment TY DO Activity Sheet No. 5 Classroom Handouts Date: August 24.Those are the teaching aids we made for 3 hours. TECHNOLOGIC RA Geoboard.. 2.
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so Blue. The color of the Apple is red. violet. violet The color of the Eggplant is violet all through the veggies The color of the Cabbage is green. yellow The color of Banana is yellow all through the fruits The color of the Blueberry is Blue. yellow. orange. all around. oh green The color of the Cabbage is green all through the veggies. orange The color of the Carrot is orange all through the veggies The color of the Eggplant is violet. all around The colors of the foods are all around. so green. so red. oh red The color of the Apple is red all through the fruits The color of Banana is yellow. oh Blue The color of the Blueberry is Blue all through the fruits The color of the Carrot is orange. Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 26 . all through the basket .The Colors of the Foods (Tone of The Wheels on the Bus) The colors of the foods are all around.
PRIMARY COLORS Apple Red Banana Yellow FRUITS Blueberries Blue SECONDARY COLORS Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 27 .
Carrot Orange Eggplant Violet VEGETABLES Cabbage Green The Primary Colors are sets of colors that can be combined to make a useful range of colors. Red Blue Yellow Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 28 .
gray. How the combination of two Primary colors can produce Secondary color? Red + Yellow = Orange Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 29 . ivory. and yet in many applications these hues often have undertones of color. Orange Violet Green Neutral Colors such as beige. taupe.The Secondary Colors are formed when two primary colors are blended together. black. and white appear to be without color.
grow and glow foods are three simple groups of food that the body needs for growth and body. Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 30 . etc. Go foods make the body strong and active.Red + Blue = Violet Blue + Yellow = Green Go. mobility and protection against diseases. running. swimming. Foods also supply the body with energy and nutrients for activities. muscle and skin development. working. jumping. GO FOODS Go foods contain carbohydrates that supply our body with energy in the form of calories that are needed for activities such as walking.
GLOW FOODS These foods are needed by the body as protection against diseases and make our body senses active and healthy. White. Black and Brown. Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 31 . The Colors that can be seen in the pictures are Yellow. Calcium. Fats.The nutrients found in Go Foods are Proteins. Blue. Carbohydrates. Red. and Vitamins. Glow foods make our skin and eyes glow. Minerals.
Orange. Yellow. Violet and White. vitamin A. vitamins and minerals found in Glow Foods such as Potassium. C and E. GROW FOODS Grow foods contain protein such as calcium and iron that are needed by the body for bone and muscle development. The colors found in the pictures are Green.The nutrients. Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 32 .
Blue. Food Pyramid is guideline for human nutritional needs in the form of a pyramid. The colors found in the pictures are Red. Yellow and White. in which foods whose recommended daily intake is highest occupy the wider bottom part and foods whose recommended daily intake is lowest occupy the slender top part.The nutrients found in grow foods are glucose. Protein that has calcium and iron and vitamins. Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 33 .
When you eat right. you can do the following: Handouts for Parents NUTRITION MONTH 2012 Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 34 .
Why give importance to vegetables? Nutrition Month focuses on vegetables for several reasons: a. obesity. and diabetes. b. stomach cancer. to promote vegetable gardening as a source of additional food and income and to increase demand for vegetables to help local vegetable farmers. Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 35 .Presidential Decree 491 or the Nutrition Act of the Philippines appointed the National Nutrition Council as the lead agency to coordinate the nationwide celebration of this annual event held every July. Vegetables as part of a healthy diet can help prevent major non-communicable diseases such as cardiovascular diseases. colorectal cancer. the Nutrition Month. Filipinos are eating less and less vegetables. c. Consumption of vegetables can help prevent micronutrient deficiencies. The objectives of this year’s celebration are to increase vegetable consumption as part of a healthy diet to address micronutrient deficiencies and non-communicable diseases.
2. 6. When a baby reaches 6 months of age. Vegetables do not contain cholesterol. Boiling such as nilaga or sinigang. 2.What are the health benefits of eating vegetables? 1. Vegetables that are mashed. May help in lowering calorie intake and thus. Parents or caregivers must set the good example for children by eating vegetables themselves. 4. green. 3. They must be easy to eat and taste good. Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 36 . leafy and yellow vegetables may be given already. chopped or cut into tiny pieces should be added to the baby’s complimentary food. May help decrease bone loss as vegetables decrease the amount of calcium excreted in the urine 2. What are the ways of preparing vegetables? 1. What are ways to encourage children to eat vegetables? 1. 3. help in maintaining healthy weight because vegetables are low in calories 3. Make vegetables more appealing and exciting by cutting them in different shapes. 5. Stir-frying is a cooking method that can preserve the good flavor and color of vegetables. Steaming is the best way to cook vegetables. strained. Offer a new vegetable at the beginning of the meal when small children are the hungriest. Make sure that vegetables are always part of the family meals. either on a grill over live coals or a gas burner or electric coil. 4. Broiling is a method of cooking by exposing food to direct heat.
Add lettuce. When all else fails. You may also include cut-up vegetables as snack like slices of carrots. Be creative. Involve children in preparing vegetable dishes. Children can help in selecting and buying vegetables. Do not force children to eat vegetables. Use a little fat. 11. and even desserts like yema. Mix vegetables with other foods that children like to eat. Prepare new vegetable dishes or prepare them in different ways. leche flan and halaya. 16. Encourage children to sample or take a bite. 10. hide the vegetables in the dish. tomato or cabbage in your child’s sandwiches. Include vegetables in your child’s baon or snack in school. Just keep serving the vegetable dish in different shapes and ways until they develop a liking for it. 15. 12. lumpia. Grow a family kitchen garden and involve children in gardening. 13. Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 37 . Shred or blend the vegetable in other dishes such as soups and sauces or even use it as added ingredients to burgers. 14. sugar and iodized salt to make vegetables dishes taste good to children.7.
IO ONOR VENTU NH RA TECHNOLOGIC LLEG CO REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES Commission on Higher Education E OF EDU TION CA TE UNIVE RS STA I AL Don Honorio Ventura Technological State University Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment TY DO Page 38 .
Specific Tasks 1. Select a topic. Develop a slide presentation to support a learning activity on the topic. 3. 4.Bacolor. Try out your presentation to a group of learners. IO ONOR VENTU NH RA TECHNOLOGIC LLEG CO REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES Commission on Higher Education E OF EDU TION CA Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment TE UNIVE RS STA I AL TY Page 39 DO . 6 Slide Presentations Name of FS Student: Course: Date: Year and Section: Target Competencies At the end of this activity. Write a narrative pointing out the strengths and weaknesses of your presentation. 2. Pampanga Activity Sheet No. The students are also expected to recognize the strengths and weaknesses of slide presentations in facilitating the teaching-learning process. the FS student will be able to develop and utilize materials which involve students in meaningful learning.
2. the FS student will be able to determine the appropriateness of the internet resources to the learning tasks. Evaluate the material/program. 7 On-Line Learning Name of FS Student: Course: Date: Year and Section: Target Competency At the end of this activity. Observe a class and take note of the topic being presented. 3. Surf the net to find sites that provide support materials and/or interactive programs on the topic. Specific Tasks 1. Pampanga Activity Sheet No.Don Honorio Ventura Technological State University Bacolor. Field Study 3 Technology in the Learning Environment Page 40 .
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